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Most read, most talked about business articles of the past week:

1. 'Pravin Gordan filled a leadership vacuum. His speech was presidential'

The Money Show’s Bruce Whitfield interviews Hillary Joffe, Editor at Large at Business Day.

Minister of Finance Pravin Gordhan delivers the Medium Term Budget Policy Statement at the National Assembly in Cape Town on 23 October 2013. Picture: GCIS

2. 'Constitution compels authorities to act without prejudice' - Standard Bank CEO

80 CEOs joined several ministers, former ministers, struggle stalwarts and Cyril Ramaphosa in publically rallying behind Gordhan.

3. Meet AngloGold's Sipho Pityana (who calls JZ 'sponsor and chief of corruption')

The Money Show’s Bruce Whitfield learns more about the views of the outspoken Chair of AngloGold Ashanti.

4. Black Business Council CEO resigns

The Council denies it has anything to do with his support for Gordhan, despite it being seen as contrary to the BBC's position.

5. 'VAT at 16% gives us an extra R40 billion'

The Money Show’s Bruce Whitfield interviews Osman Mollagee, Tax Technical Partner at PwC.

6. Right now, these are the best shares to buy on the JSE (according to Adviceworx)

Bruce Whitfield interviews a Portfolio Manager about what she believes are the hottest stocks right now.

7. Wanna be a small business owner? Interested in buying a franchise? Read this...

The Chairman of the Franchise Association of South Africa talks about the ins and outs of franchises.

8. How credit worthy are you? A guide to credit bureau reports...

A legal advisor at the credit ombud’s office on all you need to know about credit bureau reports (e.g. it’s free once a year).

9. Easy-to-follow tips for boosting your family finances

Bruce Whitfield interviews Jillian Howard, financial planner and author of “The Best Pocket Guide Ever for Family Finances”.

10. Do you need an expensive funeral policy when you've got life insurance?

Funeral policies vs life insurance… We discuss what each one is (and isn’t) and whether you need any (or both) of them.

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'VAT at 16% gives us an extra R40 billion'

'VAT at 16% gives us an extra R40 billion'

The Money Show’s Bruce Whitfield interviews Osman Mollagee, Tax Technical Partner at PWC.

'Pravin Gordan filled a leadership vacuum. His speech was presidential'

'Pravin Gordan filled a leadership vacuum. His speech was presidential'

The Money Show’s Bruce Whitfield interviews Hillary Joffe, Editor at Large at Business Day.

Meet AngloGold’s Sipho Pityana (who calls JZ ‘sponsor and chief of corruption')

Meet AngloGold’s Sipho Pityana (who calls JZ ‘sponsor and chief of corruption')

The Money Show’s Bruce Whitfield learns more about the views of the outspoken Chair of AngloGold Ashanti.

Black Business Council CEO resigns

Black Business Council CEO resigns

The Council denies it has anything to do with his support for Gordhan, despite it being seen as contrary to the BBC's position.

Right now, these are the best shares to buy on the JSE (according to Adviceworx)

Right now, these are the best shares to buy on the JSE (according to Adviceworx)

Bruce Whitfield interviews a Portfolio Manager about what she believes are the hottest stocks right now.

'Constitution compels authorities to act without prejudice' - Standard Bank CEO

'Constitution compels authorities to act without prejudice' - Standard Bank CEO

80 CEOs joined several ministers, former ministers, struggle stalwarts and Cyril Ramaphosa in publically rallying behind Gordhan.

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